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This site inspired me to purchase a few kits.  How do I go about sealing the wood?  I have read some posts about using an epoxy that is thinned.  Can someone fill me in about what, how, and where to purchase?  Thanks for your help.  JMR



 



 



 



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search the net for a Michaels 40% off coupon and get some Enviro-Tex epoxy, you can search epoxy sealing in this forum and get a few different ways to do it

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on top of this forum theres a SEARCH box, type how to seal a plug.

my 2 cents is either straight spar urethane or most guys who use it they thin it down 60-40 with MS,or go with the reply above,with etex.

Good luck

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Originally Posted by surfflyfish4stripers View Post

 

on top of this forum theres a SEARCH box, type how to seal a plug.

 

my 2 cents is either straight spar urethane or most guys who use it they thin it down 60-40 with MS,or go with the reply above,with etex.

 

Good luck

 

Thanks for the info on how to search back posts.  If i'm understanding you that is 60%spar u - 40%mineral spirits correct?

 

Thanks again for your help, I got some reading to do.  JMR

 

 

 

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I use Systems3 Clear Coat epoxy primer sealer, but Cpes epoxy sealer works well too I am told!

 

Good luck, stay safe, Wear a Mask

 

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How is this applied ?  Fumes bad? Should it be done outside? Thanks JMR

 

 

 

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